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Been hitting the books in readiness for tomorrows exam but am stuck on what F is in the diagram below. This comes from the 2011 paper. Been through all of my books and had a search in the interthingy but to no avail. I don't want to spend the rest of my revision time trying to find what could be one point but its bugging the hell out of me. Can anyone put me out of my misery? Thanks.

 

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Its called the inner lacinia pg 79bchapter 5.1 form and function of the honey bee by Lesley Goodman
 

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Thanks Snoop. I can revise without that distraction now and maybe get another point tomorrow! They all count.
 

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Good luck the Irish beekeeping exams are on the 5th April
 

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Thanks Snoop. I can revise without that distraction now and maybe get another point tomorrow! They all count.
lacinia, inner lobe. Labelling things is bread-and-butter in Module 5. Thank goodness that one's out the way...sigh of relief...
 

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No . I have them done & got , but others in our association are studying for them
 

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What is B, on the original post?, is it the hairs of the glossa?
 

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I believe it to be the Glossa. I think the examiner was trying to prevent confusion by making sure there was a distinct difference in the points arrows B and L terminated.
 

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Completed Diagram

For those that want it here is my completed diagram.

 

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:blush5: On second thoughts, I think I will put Salivary Canal as well.

2 more points! What a great thread.
 

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No need to worry Susbees, no question on mouthparts!!!
 

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